Epic says many of Google’s alleged anticompetitive behavior (like Project Hug) didn’t begin until 2019, so Google didn’t need to do these things to compete — only to protect its alleged monopoly.
Bornstein also says the evidence will show there are “a lot of other ways” to protect against malicious apps than Google’s current practices. (Google will argue that Epic is demanding it remove the security protections that keep you safe.)
(Judge Donato told Epic it was at its time limit, and Epic wrapped up quickly.)
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